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 PRACTISING LAW SINCE 1992     

 
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ENTERTAINMENT & MEDIA

 
Our Entertainment and media team is headed by Ms. Vidya Rajan.
 
Brus Chambers projects practice includes media and entertainment law, representing some of the most highly acclaimed musicians, actors, directors, producers, television personalities production companies, studios, artists, lyricists, financers, banks, financial institutions, and the entrepreneurs and companies that work with them.

The Entertainment Law or Media Law, is a set of relevant laws, rules, policies, and regulations applicable to the industry professionals, agencies, companies, institutions, and organizations. It applies to the entertainment, media of all types including Film Industry, Television, Music, Advertisement, Internet, Publishing, and other industries in connection with these.

The ambit of entertainment Law is quite extensive, and encompasses the fields of Intellectual Property Law; Corporate Law; Project Finance; Labour and Employment Law; Bankruptcy Law; Immigration Law; Taxation Law; Insurance Law; Securities Law; Civil and Criminal Laws; Business and Commercial Law; and Real Estate Law. However, in real practice. Our work includes transactional, litigation and arbitration.  Entertainment law governs many facets of the entertainment industry, such as broadcast rights, sports safety issues, sports and recording contracts, as well as certain matters involving copyright and intellectual property law. There are many areas of law which relate to entertainment law, including telecommunications law, sports law, speech law, and virtually all facets of intellectual property law.

The personal service agreement is a primary legal instrument in the entertainment industry. This agreement is negotiated between an artist and a company that manufactures, promotes, and distributes the artist’s goods or services. The agreement often binds the artist to produce for one company for a certain period of time. Personal service agreements are often governed by statutes, and are often the subject of litigation because they restrict the rights of artists to perform or create for any entity except the company with whom they have contracted.

 

 
'Vidya Rajan, advising on entire gamut of law without a flaw to the entertainment industry'
                    - Filmfare

'Vidya Rajan, assisting to the right path and a definitive guide to entertainment industry'
                    -Filmfare


 


 

 

 

 
 

Brus Chambers is a partnership law firm registered under the Indian Partnership Act and is also registered with the Bombay High Court as Advocates & Solicitors and with the Bombay Incorporated Law Society as Solicitors. All partners are also registered with the Bar Council to practice law while some partners are also registered with the Supreme Court of India as Advocate on Record and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales. The information provided in the entire site is of general nature and may not apply to any particular set of facts or circumstances. It should not be construed as soliciting for client nor as legal advice and does not constitute an engagement of Brus Chambers or establish an attorney-client relationship. If you wish to browse our URL any further then may we request you to read the terms & disclaimer page.

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